Climate change e-scribes
This article has been reviewed by the following Topic Editor: Maggie L. Walser
- Graduate student pursuing a M.A. in Climate and Society at Columbia University.</dd>
Undergraduate at the University of Tulsa pursuing a B.S. in Environmental Policy and a minor in Biology.
- Graduate of Cornell University with a degree in environmental biology. A native of Seattle, Washington, she is currently living and working in Ithaca, NY and pursuing a career in science journalism.</dd>
- Undergraduate student at the University of Minnesota studying Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology with a minor in Biology. </dd>
- Undergraduate student at the University of Florida pursuing a dual degree in Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering.
Graduate of Cornell University with a B.S. in Biological Sciences and a minor in Science of Earth Systems.
- Undergraduate student at Brandeis University pursuing a degree in International and Global Studies: The Global Environment.</dd>
- Graduate student pursuing a M.S. degree in Soil and Water Science.</dd>
- Undergraduate working towards a degree in Geological Engineering.</dd>
- Graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park with a M.A. in Environmental and International Planning and graduate of Emory University with a B.S. in International Studies and Economics. Soon to start work as a Transatlantic Fellow with Ecologic in Berlin, Germany.
Alexandra GubarevaGraduate of UCLA with a degree in Psychology and intending to pursue an MBA in Sustainable Real Estate Development.
- Undergraduate at Columbia University, majoring in Economics and Political Science with a Special Concentration in Sustainable Development and serving as Junior editor of Economics for Consilience. </dd>
Graduate of Gonzaga University with a bachelors degree in the fields biology and international studies. She anticipates furthering her education in the future.
- Undergraduate student at the University of Pittsburgh studying Environmental Studies and Economics in the Department of Geology and Planetary Sciences and planning to attend law school to specialize in property and environmental law. </dd>
Maggie Surface (Lead Author);Maggie L. Walser (Topic Editor) "Climate change e-scribes". In: Encyclopedia of Earth. Eds. Cutler J. Cleveland (Washington, D.C.: Environmental Information Coalition, National Council for Science and the Environment). [First published in the Encyclopedia of Earth July 14, 2008; Last revised Date July 14, 2008; Retrieved June 19, 2013 <http://www.eoearth.org/article/Climate_change_e-scribes>